UN security council members mount new push to address climate threat

By Karl Mathiesen and Natalie Sauer

Published in Climate Home News.

The UN must establish a system to alert the world to regions where conflicts may be inflamed by climate change, several security council members urged on Friday.


In a meeting of the council, permanent members France and the UK were joined by Germany, Peru, Poland and Belgium in a call for a “clearing house” for data and information to help them respond to climate security threats.


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